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Things To Do . . .

Nunney Castle Nunney Castle is a small, French style castle surrounded by a deep moat, built for Sir John Delamare in 1373. A veteran of the Hundred Years War, Sir John would later become Sheriff of Somerset.
Nunney Castle
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Glastonbury Tor Glastonbury Tor: Watch people trogging up
the hill, and then watch them coming down – singing, chatting, brightened and changed.
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Somerset Rural Life Museum: The magnificent fourteenth-century Abbey Barn is the centrepiece of the Somerset Rural Life Museum.
Somerset Museum
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Take a trip to one of the Somerset Farmers' Markets where you can buy fresh, nutritious, good quality food direct from the person who actually produced it.

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FREE Places to visit nearby:

  • Glastonbury Tor
  • Glastonbury rural life museum
  • Nunney Castle
  • Cranmore Tower
  • Wells Moat, Cathedral Green and the oldest street in Europe, Vicar’s Close
  • Somerset Levels with the flocks of starlings in winter and plentiful wildlife all year around
  • Butleigh monument with woodland walks
  • Maesbury ancient ring
  • Cheddar Gorge
  • Cheddar reservoir. Less than an hour to walk the circumference also wheelchair/pushchair friendly (compacted gravel surface)
  • Ebbor Gorge leading up to the Mendip Hills and Priddy lead mines
  • Collard hill at Street home to the rare blue butterfly in June. The views over the levels are great here on National Trust accessible to the public land, which extends to the windmill in the direction of Ashcott.
  • Blagdon and Chew valley lakes. A car parking fee is charged and a fee to fish for trout

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